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Low voltage lighting has gained popularity over the last several years due in large part to the generally safer operation it presents. In many cases, low voltage lighting is indicated for use in specific locations according to OSHA regulations and NEC recommendations. Low voltage lighting, that is lighting below 30VDC, is generally considered safer than typical 120-277 VAC lighting due to the fact that the potential for serious injury or death from electrocution is greatly reduced. This is not to say however that there are no risks associated with the use of low voltage lamps, and it is important to note that although low voltage lamps may impart a greater sense of safety, complacency must still be avoided.
Published By: Siemens
Published Date: Jun 01, 2016
Researchers in the occupational electrical medical emergencies show that in a six-year period 32,840 serious but non-fatal injuries occurred, some 60% involving electric shock and 40% involving electric burns. Obviously, the electric shock injuries occurred in relation to low voltage equipment since electric shock in relation to medium voltage equipment is as a rule fatal. It is reported that in the U.S., annually about 2000 arc burn related injuries occur and require hospitalization. Thus, the impact of such injuries on workers becomes a major concern in itself, beyond the economic aspects which are not to be ignored.